Moose Pass Alaska is located on the Kenai Peninsula between Kenai Lake and Seward
AK. This small town has an excellent restaurant and lodge that is well worth your time to visit.
The town sits on the shores of Upper Trail Lake in a picturesque setting of mountains and valleys.
Moose Pass AK.
More than just a stop along the road to Seward, Moose Pass has become a destination in itself
with Alaskans heading into the backwoods of the Kenai Peninsula.
A town of some 200 year round residents, this mountain village is a main stop of the land portion
of many cruise tours beginning or ending in the seaside town of Seward AK. Moose Pass makes
for a very convenient base for a variety of hiking, camping, photography and outdoor activities.
Snowmobiling in the winter is a very popular activity in the area with access to the many glaciers
of the Chugach mountain range.
Moose Pass Summer Solstice Festival
For two days every June, the community of Moose Pass as well as many Alaskans from around the
state come together for food, games, music and lots of good ole family fun. The Moose Pass Summer
Solstice Festival is an annual event held to raise additional money for the Moose Pass Sportsman’s
Activities in and around Moose Pass
Fishing and hiking dominate the activities in and around Moose Pass. Popular trails include
Primrose Trail, Carter Lake Trail, Devil's Pass Trail, Johnson Pass Trail, Lost Lake Trail,
and Ptarmigan Creek Trail are all close to Moose Pass making this town the perfect bace camp
for all these adventures.
Camping in the Moose Pass area includes a number of small and large federal and state campgrounds
including many that have been upgraded in recent years. There are also a couple area used throughout
the year by hikers and snowmobilers that offer an option to the normal campsite.
Primrose and Trail River are two of the most well known but a number of others are close by